Wednesday, February 26, 2014

Nokia opts for Android Based Smartphones as against Windows

Nokia, the once mobile phones giant, has been left out of the market since long when it decided in favour of Windows as against more dynamic and likeable Android OS. This has hurt Nokia in its business and even some previous Nokia users even forgot its name.

But now Nokia has decided for a comeback and has announced at the MWC 2014 at Barcelona that it is introducing the Nokia X series smartphones laced with Android OS.

Nokia's new Nokia X series will be Android based, says the company, which will run Android OS, with a few modifications. It may be added here that Nokia X is not only the name of the smartphone series but also the name of the operating system.

The Nokia X Android smartphones will have three phones based on different price ranges. The lowest in the range is the Nokia X, a phone with a 4-inch screen and a dual core 1GHz Snapdragon processor. The next in line is the Nokia X+, which has a larger internal memory and a slot for a micro SD card. 

The phone at the high-end, the Nokia XL, is also the largest (as the name suggests) and a 5-inch screen, a 5 megapixel rear camera and a 2 megapixel front camera.

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